The productivity and profitability of an organisation will almost certainly be affected by the quality of the interpersonal relationships within the company.

Welcome to the fourth issue of our Career Impact Series, Building Interpersonal Relationships

Having read the article, you will be able to:

  • explain the importance of creating good interpersonal relationships at work
  • list the main characteristics of a good interpersonal relationship with work colleagues
  • explain the difference between positive and negative feedback
  • describe what constructive feedback is, and what it is not
  • give constructive feedback
  • receive feedback in a positive and constructive manner
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